Philip Thorne Weaver
December 31, 1956 – January 10, 2019
He was preceded in death by his father, Philip Angus Weaver and brother, James McLaughlin Weaver. He is survived by his mother, Anne Thorne Weaver and sisters, Laura Anne Weaver (Sheri De La Motte) and Wendy Anne Clark (Roger). He is also survived by his niece, Ashley Anne Paulsen (Dre) and nephew, James Clark (Shaila).
Growing up in Omaha where he was born, Phil attended Loveland Elementary School, Arbor Heights Junior High and graduated from Westside High School with the class of 1975. He was an active member of Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity while he attended Kearney State University; he graduated with a degree in business.
Phil enjoyed golfing, fantasy football and pool league. He loved traveling with friends. Some of his favorite destinations included Mexico, the Caribbean, the Kentucky Derby, the Triple Crown, Las Vegas, and Phoenix. He especially likes spending time at Okoboji boating with friends. He was successful in different Omaha real estate investments. He was blessed with wonderful friends who loved him dearly. He was a wonderful Godfather to many of his friends’ children.
Private Family Cremation. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to a charity of your choice.
So sorry Anne and family. He was so special in so many ways. He helped so many people and will be sorely missed. Love and prayers. The Daisleys
what a goof, that bob (robert) vp of everything DAISLEY
So sorry for your loss. I have many fond memories of Phil from Kearney State College. He was an amazing man who made orhers feel so happy. Rest in Piece dear friend. You will be missed.
So sorry-Phil was such a sweet funny gentleman a friend to all who knew him-he will be greatly missed-prayers of peace to all who loved him!
Mrs. Weaver, Laura, Sherri, Wendy and family, I send you my deepest sympathies in the death of your beloved son, brother, brother-in-law, Uncle and friend. I had the pleasure of meeting Phil just a few times but I recall Laura talking of him of times up at Okoboji. May time heal your hearts and know the blessings that he is now reunited with many loved ones and family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
It’s sad to read about this … I only met him a few times and enjoyed each one … we’ll certainly be thinking of you all in the months ahead … Sincerely … Pokey & Colin
We just learned of Phil’s passing, we are SO sorry for your loss. Phil was a wonderful man. When I was having trouble finding a job during my first college summer, Phil found a wonderful position for me at a nice restaurant. I also enjoyed horse racing and we would often meet up at Aksarben to go over our strategies for the day’s bets. We randomly ran into each other at the Kentucky Derby one year! Please accept our sincere condolences, Phil will be greatly missed. Nancy Keegan and Don Voelte